Pupil Premium

Cleethorpes Academy receives additional funding, Pupil Premium to support students who have been in receipt of free school meals within the last 6 years.

The Academy will primarily focus the Pupil Premium funding to accelerate progress and 'narrow the gap' for disadvantaged students.

In 2015-2016 the Academy will receive an estimated £331,457.50.

The range of provision includes:

  • Reduced class sizes to improve opportunities and outcomes.
  • One to one/small groups teaching for some students to support progress in English and Maths.
  • Weekend and holiday revision classes.
  • Increased number of Teaching Assistants for specific in-class support.
  • Individual and paired reading lessons.
  • Increased support to address shortfalls in reading and numeracy.
  • Increased support for vulnerable students.
  • Allocation of a mentor to identify need and track progress.

In 2014-2015 the Academy received £318,000.00 for Pupil Premium funding.

The range of provision included for 2014-2015 was:

  • Reducing class sizes for identified groups specifically in English and maths.
  • One to one/small groups teaching for some students to support progress in English and Maths.

The impact of Pupil Premium in terms of progress and attainment from Year 7 to Year 11 2014-2015 was:

Maths A* - C The attainment gap continued to narrow to 0.7%
  Progress The attainment gap continued to narrow to 4.7%
English A* - C The attainment gap continued to narrow to 3.8%
  Progress The attainment gap continued to narrow to -7.8%

The progress in English of disadvantaged students outperformed non-disadvantaged students by 7.8%.

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Cleethorpes Academy Principal

Janice Hornby

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David J Hampson
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